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  1. 1. fam’s teleco news (4ªEd.) 1/6 Noticias TIC Julio 2010 1.- Cisco Intros HD Video-Capable Business Tablet Cisco has unveiled Cius, a mobile collaboration business tablet that delivers virtual desktop integration with anywhere, anytime access to the full range of Cisco collaboration and communication applications, including HD video. Cisco Cius is an ultra-portable device weighing just 1.15lbs that extends the productivity benefits of Cisco collaboration applications to a highly secure mobile platform. In addition to full telepresence interoperability, Cisco Cius offers HD video streaming and real-time video, multi-party conferencing, email, messaging, browsing, and the ability to produce, edit and share content stored locally or centrally in the cloud. Based on the Android operating system, Cius is an open platform for communication and collaboration. Through virtual desktop integration, Cisco Cius offers flexible computing options with cloud-based services, providing dramatically lower capital costs and cost-per-user for desktop maintenance. Cius Features: • A lightweight portable business computing tablet offered with an optional HD audio station equipped with a telephone handset speakerphone, HD DisplayPort and USB ports. • A front-mounted 720p HD camera which refreshes at up to 30 frames per second; a seven inch, high-resolution widescreen super VGA touch-target display for real-time and streamed video, and single-button TelePresence interoperability that can be utilized either when the tablet is docked, or being used remotely via WiFi. • A 5-megapixel rear-facing camera that can transmit streaming VGA quality video and capture still images, and dual noise-cancelling microphones for audio conferencing. • An on-board accelerometer readily orients applications for viewing in portrait or landscape modes as the user rotates the device to their preferred viewing orientation. • Supports 802.11 a/b/g/n WiFi for enterprise campus mobility and 3G cellular services when off-campus. 4G services will be available at a later date. Bluetooth and Micro-USB means users can work untethered and share data with a PC. • A detachable and serviceable battery offers eight hours life under normal usage. • Integration with Business Applications 2.- Actualización estándares El Broadband Forum liberó este año la norma o Technical Reports TR- 248 de su grupo de trabajo IPMPLS & Core que define: Test Suite for TDM Services over MPLS 3.- LTE Trials Pick up Speed, Says ABI 2011 will be the year when LTE goes live in a big way, as Verizon in the United States and DoCoMo in Japan will begin wide-scale roll-outs by the end of 2010, according to ABI in its report “Wireless Spectrum, Services and Technology Deployment Market Data.” ABI Research analyst Bhavya Khanna wrote, “132 networks have reported trials
  2. 2. fam’s teleco news (4ªEd.) 2/6 or plans to launch LTE commercially, 32 more than the end of 2009. Verizon has also hinted at the availability of LTE-based handsets by May 2009.” “However, don’t expect WiMAX to bow out just yet. Despite setbacks including Russia’s Yota switching to LTE, 188 WiMAX networks are now in trial or commercial operation worldwide. With India’s wireless broadband spectrum auction recently concluded, expect that number to grow in 2011. Clearwire, a WiMAX service provider in the United States, continues to build out its network and add subscribers, buoyed by the launch of a popular WiMAX-capable handset, the HTC EVO 4G.” The threat that WiMAX will face will come from TD-LTE, an alternative technology championed by China and Qualcomm that can operate on the same bandwidth as existing WiMAX networks. If this technology proves successful, it could see several WiMAX operators migrate to the LTE standard. While this battle plays out, incumbent operators cannot afford to ignore their legacy 3G networks. Technology upgrades such as HSPA+ for WCDMA networks are also proving popular, helping incumbents cope with demands for increasing speeds and bandwidth efficiency. As of March 2010, over 41 network operators had trials or commercial launches of HSPA+ networks, including T-Mobile in the United States and Vodafone in Turkey. 4.- Low-cost networked storage option: ATA over Ethernet (AoE) Networked storage started (generally, at least in the open systems world) with Fibre Channel SANs and Ethernet NAS, and it was good. Like Coke and Pepsi we had a couple of easily recognizable alternatives for the common requirement of consolidating storage on a network. The marketing of these networked storage technologies kind of devolved into a “tastes great; less filling” argument, but that’s to be expected. Then iSCSI came out, promising to provide block storage without the complexity (or cost) of Fibre Channel. As Ethernet performance improved, the Fibre Channel folks figured, if you can’t beat them, join them, and Fibre Channel over Ethernet (FCoE) and Fibre Channel over IP (FCIP) came out as ways to extend Fibre Channel over Ethernet, using the IP protocol. Now there’s another option, one that’s going in the other direction, providing simple storage networking using Ethernet cabling but not the IP protocol. It’s called ATA over Ethernet (AoE), and it’s worth a look. ATA, or Advanced Technology Attachment, is the system PC motherboards use to communicate with hard drives. It eliminated the disk controller card, putting its function into the hard disk drive’s interface itself with the most common version being Serial ATA, or SATA. ATA over Ethernet basically replaces the ribbon cable motherboard connection ATA drives had with an Ethernet cable. Unlike iSCSI, which encapsulates SCSI commands into IP packets and routes them over a LAN or the Internet, ATA over Ethernet doesn’t use IP addresses or IP packets but instead uses MAC addresses to identify the target device. It also uses the lighter ATA protocol instead of SCSI. AoE packets do pass through an Ethernet switch but at a “layer” below the IP protocol, so they’re not routable. It’s essentially a direct connection between a server and a disk drive, just like it was when the drive was physically inside the server. AoE provides a very inexpensive technology for creating networked storage. It’s open source, but vendors do support it in storage arrays. For VARs, it can be a low-cost
  3. 3. fam’s teleco news (4ªEd.) 3/6 alternative to iSCSI or just another point of interest to generate appointments. ATA over Ethernet may be that disruptive solution you need to get into an account that’s buying storage from another VAR By Eric Slack, 5.- Innovadores Nacionales: UBICUOS La feria Computex se ha convertido en una pasarela donde distintos computadores tableta buscan enfrentar al iPad, de Apple. Uno de los productos que debutó en Taiwán es chileno y fue producido por la empresa Ubicuos, dedicada a la creación de tabletas y equipos todo en uno. En el stand con que contará Microsoft en la feria, se presentará el tablet MESH, que corre con Windows 7, y que viene en varias versiones que cuentan con un procesador Atom N450 (que usan los netbooks), 16 ó 32 gigas de capacidad, y una pantalla de 10,1 pulgadas. "Poder exhibir nuestro producto en una de las ferias tecnológicas más importantes de Asia y el mundo, es la prueba de que los chilenos también podemos salir al mercado con nuestros productos innovadores", aseguró Juan Antonio Barriga, de Ubicuos. Todos los productos de Ubicuos son diseñados en la casa matriz en Santiago, con la ayuda de Microsoft, mientras que su fabricación se realiza al otro lado del mundo, en sus oficinas de Shenzhen, China. MESH estará disponible en Chile a finales de julio en varios colores, pesa casi un kilogramo y tiene una autonomía de más de seis horas, con conectividad 3G, WiFi, Bluetooth y GPS. Además, utiliza discos duros de estado sólido e incorpora una webcam de cinco megapixeles Perfil de la empresa: En Ubicuos estamos apasionados con el futuro y entendemos la tecnología como una extensión de lo humano. Ubicuos está incesantemente en la búsqueda de nuevas soluciones estando siempre un paso delante de los demás. Somos el primer y único fabricante de equipos (ODM) de Chile ya que nuestra ingeniería electrónica en motherboards y discos SSD, y el diseño de nuestros productos es totalmente chileno. Misión: Ubicuos busca crear computadores más ligeros y bellos, que resistan el paso del tiempo, para personas creativas y curiosas que necesitan estar siempre ultra conectadas, que apoyan el desarrollo de productos que integren avancen útiles, que ahorren energía y sean respetuosos del medio ambiente. Finalmente, Ubicuos busca ser un faro de inspiración para las generaciones actuales y futuras, siendo la semilla que desencadene un círculo virtuoso de emprendimiento y tecnología de primera línea. Productos: Equipos tablet: Mesh Entertaiment, Mesh Premium, Mesh Extension Unit. Equipos All In One: Student 15 y 17, Home 15 y 17, Entertainment. 6.- Huawei Launches New Metropolitan OTN to Enable Operators to Handle Future Bandwidth Demands Huawei, a leader in providing next-generation telecommunications network solutions for operators around the world, today launched the OSN8800 T16, a next-generation metropolitan OTN system, at the 2010 WDM & Next Generation Optical Networking event in Monaco. This new transport system accommodates bandwidth-heavy services such as data, video, and
  4. 4. fam’s teleco news (4ªEd.) 4/6 storage, and significantly reduces operator costs with easy maintenance, energy-efficiency, and space-saving features. Poised to enable operators to handle future bandwidth demands, the OSN8800 T16 achieves 40G/100G transport and offers full-service cross-connection capabilities that support ODUk wavelength and packet cross-connections, offering more flexibility and efficiency in wavelength utilization. By utilizing OTN cross-connections, which reach 640G and easily upgrade to 1.6T, OSN8800 T16 provides easy maintenance and fast service provisioning similar to SDH. Additionally, the OSN8800 T16 is designed with industry-leading photonics integrated device (PID) technology, achieving 120G capacity per card and dramatically reducing power consumption and space requirements. Christian Chua, President of Transport Network Product Line, Huawei, said, "Operators worldwide are focusing on how to achieve fast service rollouts for metropolitan transport, while coping with the impact of high traffic on their live networks. As part of Huawei' s All-IP convergence strategy, our OSN8800 T16 addresses these challenges with its advanced features and promises long-term customer benefits with its future-proof designs." According to 2009Q4 Market Share ON Global published by consulting firm Ovum-RHK. Huawei ranked number one in the WDM/OTN market in 2009. Huawei remains committed to providing operators with premium end-to-end transport solutions in WDM/OTN, MSTP/PTN, microwave, and submarine series products. [Shenzhen, China, 17 June 2010] 7.- VoIP system security: VoIP security issues, training, best practices Spam, eavesdropping and toll fraud may not pose a significant threat to your customers' Voice over IP networks today, but as an increasing number of organizations adopt VoIP and extend IP telephony, VoIP system security will become a requirement. Such safeguards will go beyond the underlying network to address VoIP-specific vulnerabilities and VoIP security issues. This VoIP network security learning guide is designed to provide value-added resellers (VARs) and systems integrators with a basic framework for addressing these weaknesses before malicious intruders take advantage of them. Table of Contents VoIP network security challenges VoIP security best practices VoIP system security protocols: Vulnerability protection VoIP system security: Encryption VoIP system security: Zfone Signal encryption improves VoIP system security,295582,sid97_gci1243568,00.html? track=NL-676&ad=776395&asrc=EM_NLT_12070941&uid=10040962 8.- Motorola demanda a Huawei por robo de secretos comerciales El fabricante estadounidense de teléfonos móviles Motorola ha demandado a la empresa china Huawei Technologies [HWT.UL] por supuesto robo de secretos comerciales, lo que viene a subrayar las dificultades de la firma asiática de rápido crecimiento para despojarse de la reputación de piratería del país.
  5. 5. fam’s teleco news (4ªEd.) 5/6 En un primer proceso judicial, presentado en 2008, Motorola denunció a cinco de sus ex empleados por haber compartido supuestamente secretos comerciales de la compañía con Lemko - que también se menciona en la demanda y que tiene un acuerdo de distribución con Huawei. En la demanda, presentada el 16 de julio en un tribunal federal de Chicago, Motorola afirmó que un ingeniero había compartido información sobre un módem y otras tecnologías de Motorola con un fundador de Huawei, Ren Zhengfei, un antiguo oficial del Ejército Popular de Liberación chino. Motorola explicó que una cadena de correos electrónicos titulada "Motorola Confidential Proprietary" (Propiedad confidencial de Motorola) había demostrado que "Huawei y sus empleados sabían que estaban recibiendo información confidencial robada a Motorola, sin su consentimiento ni autorización", según la demanda judicial Los casos como este son difíciles de probar, dijo Connie Carnabuci, experta en propiedad intelectual y tecnológica y socia de Freshfields en Hong Kong. "Los casos relacionados con la apropiación indebida de información confidencial son normalmente muy difíciles de demostrar", dijo Carnabuci. Motorola, con base en Illinois (EEUU), ha acusado a Huawei de otras infracciones, como amenazas, quebrantamiento de la obligación fiduciaria y usurpación de oportunidad corporativa. NUEVA YORK/SHANGHAI (Reuters) 9.- SUBTEL, status Estudios Tarifarios Telefonía Local 2010: Tiene por propósito determinar la estructura, nivel y mecanismos de indexación de las tarifas de los servicios afectos a fijación tarifaria suministrados por la concesionaria. Este estudio lo realiza la concesionaria de acuerdo a lo establecido en las Bases Técnico Económicas y en la normativa vigente, y está conformado por una presentación general; el cuerpo principal del estudio tarifario; el pliego tarifario; los anexos de antecedentes e información de sustentación; y el modelo tarifario. La concesionaria debe mantener informada a la Subsecretaría de los avances del Estudio cada 30 días. EPH: Fecha de entrega: 15 de julio de 2010. - Descargar Cuerpo Principal y Pliego Tarifario (descargar archivo) GTD Manquehue:Informe de Avance Nº1 de Estudio Tarifario - Descargar Informe de Avance Nº1 de Estudio Tarifario (descargar archivo) Fecha de entrega de Segundo informe de Avance: 10 de agosto de 2010 10.- Tyco Electronics to acquire ADC Tyco Electronics and ADC announced this week a definitive agreement under which Tyco Electronics will acquire ADC for $12.75 per share in cash, or an enterprise value of approximately $1.25 billion. The transaction is expected to be accretive by approximately $0.14 per share in the first full year after closing excluding acquisition-related costs. According to ADC, the combined organization will offer a product portfolio across every major geographic market. It will also add ADC's Distributed Antenna System (DAS) products, which will expand Tyco Electronics' wireless connectivity portfolio to provide greater mobile coverage and capacity solutions to carrier and enterprise customers as demand for mobile data continues to expand. Additionally, Tyco Electronics will add ADC's professional services organization in the US to its business. The transaction is structured as a tender offer to be followed as soon as possible by a merger. The transaction is subject to customary closing conditions, including the tender of a majority of ADC shares and regulatory approvals, and is expected to close in the fourth calendar quarter 2010.
  6. 6. fam’s teleco news (4ªEd.) 6/6 By staff from releases, July 14, 2010 11.- Magenta es ahora Dimension Data Chile Como parte de la estrategia constante de Magenta de proveer a nuestros clientes con las mejores soluciones y servicios TIC para planificar, soportar y gestionar tu infraestructura TIC Magenta ha unido fuerzas con Dimension Data. A contar del 7 de abril de 2010, Dimension Data (DD) adquirió la participación mayoritaria en Magenta. Dimension Data es una compañía multinacional con ventas superiores a US$ 4.0 mil millones, proveedor de servicios y soluciones de comunicaciones e informática con la más alta especialización, opera en 48 países alrededor del mundo, incluyendo a Estados Unidos, Canadá, México y Brasil. A su vez, NTT adquiere Dimension Data en Julio 15 del 2010. Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation (“NTT”), one of the largest global telecommunications service providers and Dimension Data Holdings Plc (“Dimension Data”), a global specialist IT services and solutions provider, today announced that they have reached agreement on the terms of a cash offer to be made by NTT. 12.- Próximos Eventos JUL 21st-23rd EXPOCOM WIRELESS , JAPAN TOKYO, JAPAN SEP 08-09th OSS/BSS WORLD SUMMIT LONDON, UK SEP 20th-22nd CARRIERS WORLD LONDON, UK SEP 15th-16th TELEXPO WIRELESS SAU PAULO, BRASIL SEP 21st-23rd VON CONFERENCE & EXPO SOUTH BEACH, USA SEP 21st-23rd WIRELESS ENTERPRISE WORLD LONDON, UK SEP 21st-23rd WIRELESS CHINA BEIJING, CHINA SEP 30th-2nd WiMAX WORLD USA CHICAGO, USA SEP 30th-2nd BROADBAND WORLD FORUM BRUSSELS, BELGIUM fam /30 de Julio de 2010 Serán bienvenidos sus comentarios a: <<<<****>>>>